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Indonesian Taman Sari Castle, located on the island Java can be safely called the progenitor of today's amusement parks. Lined up in the middle of the 18th century by the Portuguese architect, the park consisted of many beautiful canals and pools. The complex was built by order of the powerful sultan and was intended for the rest and entertainment of the august family and high-ranking guests. Legend has it that the Portuguese architect who built Taman Sari, killed immediately after the unfortunate man finished his project. Some believe that the cruel sultan did not want the park of rare beauty to be reproduced elsewhere be that as it may, others that Taman Sari was literally dotted with secret passages and hidden rooms, about which the architect foolishly too much was distributed. What actually happened, no one knows for sure, so more that later Taman Sari was seriously injured during the eruption of the volcano Merapi and underground passages, if any, were littered with ash.
Currently, Taman Sari Park is partially restored, restored and available to the general public, in which, I must say, no disadvantage. Taman Sari water castle remains a great place to relax, despite the dark legends associated with it, and annually attracts a huge number of tourists.
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Topic: Taman Sari Water Castle in Indonesia, Java Resort.